Dr. Safa Tahmasebi is a highly trained and experienced prosthodontist with a career spanning over a decade. He had been with SameDay Dental Implants Branemark Osseointegration Center in Dubai, UAE as a clinical director. He had spoken on full mouth implant rehabilitation protocols nationally and internationally at major conferences around the world. He has been associated with ClearChoice Dental Implant Center since 2019, as a key member of the team specializing in immediate loading protocols and full mouth implant rehabilitation. In this video, Dr Safa talks in detail about the differences and processes involved with Dental Implants Vs Dentures.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed into the jawbone to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. They are a permanent option for replacing missing teeth, and can look and function just like natural teeth. Dentures, on the other hand, are removable false teeth that are held in place by suction or a small amount of adhesive. They are a less expensive option for replacing missing teeth, but may not be as stable or comfortable as dental implants. Both options have their own pros and cons, and the best choice for you will depend on your specific needs and budget.
Dental implants have several advantages:
However, dental implants also have some downsides:
Dentures, on the other hand, have their own set of pros and cons:
However, dentures also have some downsides:
The procedure for getting dental implants typically involves multiple steps and appointments, so the total amount of time it takes can vary.
Dentures, on the other hand, can be fabricated relatively quickly and the procedure is less invasive.
There are several new technologies that are being used in dental implants and denture procedures today. Some of the most notable include:
It’s worth noting that not all of these technologies are available in every dental practice, and the availability of these technologies vary depending on the location. Your dentist will be able to advise you on which technologies are available and which options are best for you.
It’s important to consult with a dentist to determine which option is best for you based on your specific needs, budget and health condition. And it’s worth noting that recovery time can vary greatly depending on the individual, as well as the type of implant or denture being used. It’s important to follow your dentist’s post-procedure instructions and care for your new teeth as directed to ensure proper healing and function.
Disclaimer: The expert health advice offered on this video are that of the specialists. For more details, you can contact them directly or consult your health expert.